Regina de Miguel

Interdisciplinary artist

Spain, 1977

Regina de Miguel is an artist who acts as a critical, interdisciplinary agent in processes and confluences orientated towards the production of hybrid objects and knowledge. Some of her projects deal with strategies for the formation of desire and its visualisation as a psychosocial landscape. In the same vein, she also analyses the speculative, fictional boundary contained within scientific and cultural objects.

Her solo exhibitions include Ansible, Maisterravalbuena, Madrid, 2015; All knowledge is enveloped in darkness, Kunsthalle Sao Paolo, 2014; Nouvelle Science Vague Fiction, General Public, Berlin, 2011; El Aire aún no respirado, Laboratorio 987. MUSAC, León. 2009

She has taken part in many collective exhibitions including The shape of thought, Galería Cristina Guerra, Lisbon; Hacia una nueva orilla / Towards a new shore, NC Arte, Bogota; Riddle of the Burial Grounds, Extra City, Antwerp, Belgium, 2016; Hall of Half-Life, steirischer herbst festival gmbh, Graz, Austria, 2015; Unfolding Modernisms (for future thoughts), Invaliden Eins Galerie, Berlin, 2015; The Future Won’t Wait, La Capella, Barcelona, 2014; Rencontres Internationales, Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin; Arqueológica, Matadero Cultural Centre, Madrid; Media Art Biennale, Fundación Telefónica, Santiago de Chile, 2013; Rencontres Internationales, at Palais de Tokyo, Paris; Desire Lines, Espai Cultural Obra Social Caja Madrid, Barcelona; Gravity and Disgrace, CGAC; Letters from the Field, Atelierhof Kreuzberg; Berlin, Expeditions to the Void, Can Felipa, Barcelona; Of Time & Place, Gasworks, London; Out of the black, Reh Kunst, Berlin, 2012.